“You're pathetic, you stupid girl.”
“Nobody would love you, you're ugly, the neighbor is prettier than you.”
She sniffled and continued to wipe her eyes as the tears continued to fall down her cheeks. She looked to the sky as it was grey and glum, a clear sign rain was rolling in as the faint rumble of thunder was heard in the distance. She shook her head and ran forward as the rain began to fall, the taunts from her father rung in her head as her vision was blurred from the tears. She shook her head and sniffled.
She hated it, hated the fact he was right, her father had started to be like this since her mother had ran off with another man. She sniffed and wiped her eyes as she ran down the street once more.
She came to a stop and looked to the sky as it began to rain, the tears still rolling d
(Grell x Reader)
You sat on the lawn with a serious expression on your face. You scribbled quickly in a notebook, then your eyes darted across the sentences you wrote carefully. You frowned, crumpled up the page, and threw it away. You were about to start again when a flash of red darting by caught your attention.
You placed your guitar down on the grass and slung the pencil back over your shoulder. You chased the person into the nearby forest. He stopped by a large oak and pressed his hands against it.
“Grell?” You asked slowly. “What’s wrong?”
Grell glanced over his shoulder, tears in his eyes. “N-Nothing! Just go away!”
His words didn’t reach your ears. You approached him quickly and put your hands on his shoulders.
“It’s me! I’m so stupid and useless!” Grell sobbed. He smacke